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College is Stressful. Meal Planning Doesn't Have to Be.
SKIP THE TRIP TO THE GROCERY STORE
Plan your weekly meals in between classes without stepping foot in a grocery store. Easily swap meals and skip weeks to fit your schedule.
GET EVERYTHING YOU NEED DELIVERED
We'll pre-portion, package, and deliver your weekly box right to your door. Don't worry-everything will stay fresh while you're in class.
ONE LESS THING TO THINK ABOUT
You're swamped. This meal plan will allow you to spend more time on more important things-like passing classes.
-What You'll Get-
Quick and Easy Meals
Choose 2 fresh, pre-portioned meal kits per week from over 30 options.
Get 6-single serving grab n' go meals to take with you to classes, meetings, and more.
Snacks & Beverages
We'll give you an assortment of 10 good-for-you snacks and beverages.
Stay healthy with a selection of 5 fresh fruits per week. They make for the perfect on-the-go treat.
(Limited Time Offer)
"Each box includes 10 meals, 10 snacks or beverages and five pieces of fruit. The current kit is intended to act as an alternative to a college meal plan for students living off campus or in apartment-style student housing."
"Spoon University is teaming up with Chef'd so college students can purchase meal plans that replace having to carve out a few hours of study time to do groceries - or resort to dining hall meals."
"For college kids without a car on campus, you know how hard it can be to get to the grocery store. You likely find yourself hopping in on your friend's grocery runs, and, if you're like me, you forget things you need almost every time."
"You know exactly what your meals for the week will be, so make your grocery list. Include recipe ingredients and basic things you'll need for lunches, breakfast, snacks, etc. Healthy meal choices are easier and faster with a meal calendar."
"It's not always easy getting to the grocery store. You might not have a car, the bus is unreliable, and asking your friends with cars to take you gets old. Walking is an option if you're lucky enough to live close to a grocery store."